|ASEAN Cosmetic Directive|
|Main Supporting Rules|
|Aug 20 2010||Regulation about Cosmetic Notification|
|Aug 20 2010||Regulation about Cosmetic Production License|
|Dec. 29 2015||Technical Requirement of Cosmetic|
|Dec. 29 2015||Technical Requirement of Cosmetic Ingredients|
As an ASEAN member country, Indonesia formulates its cosmetic regulation in accordance with ASEAN Cosmetic Directive (ACD), in line with these requirements Indonesia adopts a notification system and ingredients requirements for cosmetics.
In Indonesia, all cosmetic manufacturing enterprises must obtain a production license before production. The production license is divided into two classes: Class A and Class B. Enterprise which obtain a Class A license are permitted to manufacture all kinds of cosmetics while Class B are prohibited from manufacture of 1) children cosmetics, 2) cosmetics contain antiseptic, anti-dandruff, skin lightening and sunscreen ingredients.
Halal cosmetics are also a feature of the Indonesian market, because this country is a primarily Muslim country. Sale of halal cosmetics requires a Halal certificate. There is a complicated procedure to apply for this certificate.